製作﹕Alain Bertho and Samuel Luret｜製作﹕Morgane Production and ARTE France｜ 語言﹕法語及中英文字幕｜2010 / 法國 / 50分鐘
法國社會學者雅倫巴托(Alain Bertho)及哲學學者東尼內格里(Toni Negri)的分析，貫通著這些憤怒者的故事，指出了一個共通於極之不同的政治建制之下，為何同樣爆發反抗暴動，亦可讓我們認真地了解現今世代的危機及爆發中的憤怒。
Director:Samuel Luret ｜Writer:Alain Bertho | Production: Morgane Production and ARTE France｜French with Chinese & English Subtitles｜2010 / France / 50min
Everywhere on earth is filled up with rage. Why those being ignored and powerless resort not only to tears, but also to force? In Greece, Denmark, France, Germany, Britain, or even in China, vigorous protests are happening. It is worth noting that, these incidents, which are stigmatized by the mass media as ‘riots’, mostly happened in the cities of the First World.
In order not to make simplified judgment towards the word ‘rage’, that is, to take it as an improper vent of personal emotion, we ought to understand, with the influence of capitalized globalization, what has been the fountainhead of rage for those being ignored.
Associated with the analysis by French sociologist, Alain Bertho, and philosopher, Toni Negri, these angry stories has reflected the reason of the general outbreak of riots under different political regimes. It also allows us to have a deeper understanding on the crisis, as well as the outbursts of anger of this era.